November 26th 2012 3:49 am
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I need to ask all my mate to join me purring for my Grandpa. As most of my mates know he is having chemo for bowel cancer and had three treatments with minimal side effects.
Well today that all changed. Mum, Grandma and Grandpa went out shopping so Mum could buy part of Grandma Christmas present. Grandpa said he was feeling unwell and they came home.
They called the oncology ward to ask them what do and they said call an ambulance straight away and get him to hospital. Grandma took him at 5:30pm and three hours later a low grade infection turned into a high grade infection.
He has been admitted to hospital for tests and then to be treated.
Could all my mates please keep him in your purrs or what ever else you do.
Purrs and hugs your Aussie mate
Ka - zar
We are praying for your Grandpa to get better. It's no fun to have to stay at the hospital. I had to do that twice and I hated every minute of it.
Timo and family
Ka-zar, we are sending lots and lots of purrs to grandpa that they get the infection under control soon and he's able to get home soon!
Hugs and purrs,
Phantom, Spice and angel Patches
We are purring for your grandpa Ka-zar. The hospital in no fun. I hope he feels better soon.
Absolutely, we will purr for your Grandpa and hope that he is all better soon!
So sorry for this setback, Ka-Zar. Sending lots of purrs for your Grandpa.
Sending lots of purrs, prayer and POP for your grandpa Ka-zar. We'll keep our paws crossed that he recovers quickly. Love and hugs to your Mum and Grandma too. This must be very difficult for them.
We will be purring for your gramps, promise. As soon as he is healed and chemo is over his resistance toward infections will go back done, good news huh. Also this is a good time to talk and learn from the doc. how to help him stay well. We purr that the docs put him on the right meds to lower his fever and fight off the infection. Remember, like most we have been there done that. It is a learning process encased in both tears and hope.
The benefit you get from this is helping others later with understanding and compassion of what they are going through. It's never easy and we pray for you and your family. It's a long journey, fighting cancer but worth it when you see their faces years latter.
With Mums immune system being weak from the cancer and treatments and on top of that coming home with a cut on her belly from the surgery, that saved her life btw. I found this website which has extremely valuable info on it. You don't have to put in a user name to get the info if I remember correctly. It's a website about infections during cancer. Maybe, hopefully, you'll read something that will help.
We're cranking up the purrs for Grandpa that he'll be all better and home from hospital soon. And for your mum as she'll be worried too and need some booster purrs. Toby and Josie